Kourtney Kardashan has candlelit bath at $12M Palm Springs mansion as fans think she's marrying Travis Barker this week

KOURTNEY Kardashian indulged in a candlelit bath in Palm Springs amid rumors she's marrying Travis Barker this week.

The KUWTK alum's fans are convinced they spotted two major clues that she will be wedding her fiance soon.

And amid the speculation, Kourtney, 42, enjoyed a pampering session at her $12million La Quinta mansion.

She shared a photo of the white bath, with a wooden stool next to it holding a candle and vase of pink flowers.

Kourtney captioned the snap, "Update your me time," and included a link to an article on the topic on her Poosh website.

Kourtney and Travis, 46, headed to Palm Springs earlier this week and have been sipping margaritas and enjoying vegan lunches on their trip.

The Poosh founder left her three kids back at home for the romantic getaway, with her ex Scott Disick seen taking Mason, 12, Penelope, nine, and Reign, seven, to the beach in Miami.

The lovebirds' trip comes just hours after fans speculated that they will be tying the knot any day now.

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Kourtney's pastor and longtime friend Chad Veach was spotted at Rosewood Miramar Beach on Monday – where Kourtney and  Travis got engaged back in October.

Chad – who is Kourtney's pastor along with his wife Julia – shared a photo of the beach on his Instagram Stories.

Travis had proposed to Kourtney on the same stretch of sand months earlier, surrounded by hundreds of roses and candles.

The couple also regularly vacation at the idyllic spot.


Additionally, fans spotted that Kourtney had got a special manicure on Monday – red nails with Travis' initials on them.

Another pointed out that gossip site Deux Moi received a blind item that claimed an "A-list couple" would be getting married on Tuesday, February 22.

The post read: "This A-list extremely good-looking couple is tying the knot in an intimate (family only) ceremony on 2-22-22.

"Expect a larger celebration with an expanded guest list later this year, most likely abroad."

Fans speculated that these clues all pointed to Kourtney and Travis getting married at the Rosewood Miramar on Tuesday – or later this week.

"Is it just a little bit ironic that Travis and Kourtney’s pastor is casually staying at the Rosewood Miramar(where they got engaged/their fav place) and Kourtney is wearing her wedding nails with Travis Barker’s initials on her ring fingers? It’s this week isn’t it," one wrote.

Last month, sources claimed Kourtney wants to get married on the beach in Montecito where they got engaged.

“[Kourtney] is imagining exchanging vows on the beach surrounded by red roses and candles, much like their engagement," an insider told Life & Style.


“She is talking with event planner Mindy Weiss and florist Jeff Leatham, who she and Travis have worked with so many times to bring their romantic vision to life.

“The day will be about their families blending together.”

Kourtney has three kids with Scott, while Travis shares Alabama, 16, and Landon, 18, with his ex-wife Shanna Moakler.

The source added that Kourtney and Travis “want to get married as soon as possible,” with the mother of three ready to “change her plans and modify her expectations than wait any longer.” 

“She wants to be his wife,” the insider said. “They are planning their future and want it to start now!”

Back in October, Travis proposed to Kourtney on the beach with flowers arranged in the shape of a giant heart and candles flickering all around them.

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